New Nothing Phone (2a) renders shows no signs of glyph interface

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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Well, Nothing Phone (2a) is expected to be announced soon. You can say that for sure given the intensity of leaks as we have seen not one but two major design leaks for the Phone (2a) in the last 24 hours, including the hands-on photos. The latest comes from the folks at SmartPrix where the Nothing Phone (2a) is missing its Glyph interface that was hinted at two years back in a leaked video. Sounds interesting, right? Read along.

We just got our hands on official renders for Nothing Phone (2a) thanks to the courtesy of SmartPrix and tipster @OnLeaks. Turns out the phone is bidding adieu to the famed glyph interface and rather has a back design with a unique design. It is easy to misunderstand the back design as having a glyph, however, it isn’t there.

The newly teased renders show a semi-transparent back panel with tiny LEDs placed across the panel that might have a glyph-like function without dragging the LEDs to form something similar to that of Phone (1) or (2).

Nothing Phone 2a renders shows no signs of glyph interface
Image Credits: SmartPrix

What’s more interesting is that the new render has a vertically-placed camera setup akin to the iPhone 16 concept by Majin Bu but without any camera bump. Yep, there are two sensors at the back each with their lens protruding a bit above the panel with a chrome-like ring around the lens that looks finessed.

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The primary reason behind the new glyph could be to cut corners since this is Nothing’s first mid-range phone and pricing matters a lot at this point. Moreover, the tiny LEDs that we mentioned earlier could be the toned-down version of a glyph interface or simply a pre-production feature that might be removed once the model goes closer to its launch.

In any case, we aren’t that far from getting our hands on Nothing Phone (2). It uses Nothing’s master design which should make it look premium.

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Well, Nothing Phone (2a) is expected to be announced soon. You can say that for sure given the intensity of leaks as we have seen not one but two major design leaks for the Phone (2a) in the last 24 hours, including the hands-on photos. The latest comes from the folks at SmartPrix where the Nothing Phone (2a) is missing its Glyph interface that was hinted at two years back in a leaked video. Sounds interesting, right? Read along.

We just got our hands on official renders for Nothing Phone (2a) thanks to the courtesy of SmartPrix and tipster @OnLeaks. Turns out the phone is bidding adieu to the famed glyph interface and rather has a back design with a unique design. It is easy to misunderstand the back design as having a glyph, however, it isn’t there.

The newly teased renders show a semi-transparent back panel with tiny LEDs placed across the panel that might have a glyph-like function without dragging the LEDs to form something similar to that of Phone (1) or (2).

Nothing Phone 2a renders shows no signs of glyph interface
Image Credits: SmartPrix

What’s more interesting is that the new render has a vertically-placed camera setup akin to the iPhone 16 concept by Majin Bu but without any camera bump. Yep, there are two sensors at the back each with their lens protruding a bit above the panel with a chrome-like ring around the lens that looks finessed.

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The primary reason behind the new glyph could be to cut corners since this is Nothing’s first mid-range phone and pricing matters a lot at this point. Moreover, the tiny LEDs that we mentioned earlier could be the toned-down version of a glyph interface or simply a pre-production feature that might be removed once the model goes closer to its launch.

In any case, we aren’t that far from getting our hands on Nothing Phone (2). It uses Nothing’s master design which should make it look premium.

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